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  1. the city politic
    A Kid Accused of a Crime Is Still a KidYoung New Yorkers should be protected from the inequities of the criminal-justice system, not demonized by the mayor for cheap political points.
  2. the city politic
    Where Is Phil Banks?Eric Adams’s man in charge of public safety hasn’t talked to the public once, and veteran observers can’t tell what he’s doing.
  3. nypd
    The NYPD Changed Its Fitness-Test RequirementsAnd some cops are upset about it.
  4. look book
    The Look Book Goes to an NYPD Boxing MatchOn a recent Friday night in Flushing, Smoker Talk convened for its first NYC indoor boxing event since COVID.
  5. getting around
    Fare-Evasion Arrests Are Back With a VengeanceEric Adams’s subway crackdown has arrived.
  6. media
    City Hall Wants to Know If Journalists Have Criminal RecordsA new policy governing press credentials is more strict than what was used by the NYPD.
  7. street fights
    Whose Broken Pole Is This?An epic tour through city agencies and utility companies about a pole that could (probably) fall over.
  8. the city politic
    Eric Adams Isn’t Off to a Great Start on Public SafetyAs Adams nears 100 days in office, there’s already good reason to wonder if the results of his public safety strategy will ever match his rhetoric.
  9. eric adams
    Eric Adams: Filming NYPD at Unsafe Range ‘Won’t Be Tolerated’The mayor said there’s a “proper way” to record officers’ activities but that “standing over them with a camera” creates a “dangerous environment.”
  10. the city politic
    Slain Cops Paid the Ultimate Price for Society’s FailuresThe city must do more than praise the bravery of police it sends into harm’s way.
  11. crime
    Second NYPD Officer Dies From Injuries Following Harlem ShootingWilbert Mora, 27, had been hospitalized in critical condition since he and another officer were gunned down in the line of duty on Friday.
  12. crime
    The Return of New York’s Most Notorious CopsThe new mayor and police commissioner want to fight gun crime by bringing back anti-crime units, which were disbanded after a history of abuse.
  13. new york city
    What We Know About the Shooting of Two NYPD Officers in HarlemOfficer Jason Rivera, 22, was shot and killed in the line of duty in Harlem on Friday. Officer Wilbert Mora, 27, remains in critical condition.
  14. politics
    Adams Taps Ex-Cop Implicated in Bribery Scandal to Serve in City HallBanks was previously named as an unindicted co-conspirator in a federal corruption investigation.
  15. covid-19
    Thousands of NYC First Responders Are Out Sick Amid Omicron SurgeThe latest wave is straining the NYPD and FDNY, with 17 percent of cops and firefighters calling out due to illness earlier this week.
  16. new york city
    Eric Adams Names Keechant Sewell First-Ever Female NYPD CommissionerSewell, the Nassau County chief of detectives, was officially named to the position on Wednesday.
  17. new york city
    NYC Vaccine Mandate: 9,000 City Workers Put on Unpaid LeaveAnother 12,000 unvaccinated city employees have applied for exemptions to the mandate. 18 FDNY companies are out of service amid an alleged sick-out.
  18. politics
    Whistleblower Cop Says Eric Adams’s Sexist Smear Job Ruined Her LifeHe accused a female officer who exposed a dirty cop of doing it because she was a scorned lover, and showed a photo of her in a bikini.
  19. crime
    The Murders Down the Hall393 Powell Street was a peaceful home, until residents started dying in brutal, mysterious ways.
  20. nypd
    Belligerent Boss of an NYPD Union Resigns After His Home Is Raided by FBIEd Mullins, the city’s loudest opponent of police reform, has stepped down from his role as president of Sergeants Benevolent Association.
  21. sad cops
    Policing Isn’t Supposed to Be FunWhy politicians can’t allow “demoralized” cops to dictate the agenda.
  22. forgotten new york
    The Forgotten City Hall RiotIn 1992, thousands of drunken cops raged against the mayor of New York — leaving an indelible mark on the city’s likely next mayor.
  23. public spaces
    This Park Dancer Is Literally an Ad for NYC. The NYPD Keeps Shutting Her Down.NO STOPPING NEW YORK, the poster says, promoting recovery. But Kanami Kusajima’s park experience says otherwise.
  24. policing
    Eric Adams and Andrew Cuomo’s Grim Vision for New York CityThis dystopian rhetoric has been used before — with disastrous results.
  25. nyc mayoral race
    What Eric Adams’s Success Reveals About ‘Defund the Police’Not much.
  26. outside voices
    At a Washington Square Park Meeting, All of Greenwich Village Turned Up to YellNot everyone made it inside; those who did raised their hands for an early park closing time.
  27. lawsuits
    Shake Shack Manager Sues Cops Who Said His Store ‘Poisoned’ Their MilkshakesAccording to his defamation lawsuit, he was held for several hours after a hospital found the officers had not ingested any toxins.
  28. reckoning with a reckoning
    What Happened After Derrick Ingram’s Standoff With the NYPDThe activist is still shut inside the Hell’s Kitchen apartment the police tried to invade.
  29. ruff justice
    NYPD Puts Down Robot DogDigidog has had its day.
  30. coronavirus
    Your COVID Shot Could Come From the NYPDAs part of the race to distribute millions of shots, the NYPD is running a vaccination site in East New York. Could it increase vaccine hesitancy?
  31. atlanta shootings
    Andrew Yang’s Plan to Fight Hate Crimes Makes Asian Activists CringeFor many in New York’s Asian communities, the mayoral front-runner’s call for more NYPD funding after the Atlanta shootings felt glib and misguided.
  32. new york city
    The City Just Released a Massive NYPD-Misconduct DatabaseThe move follows the repeal of 50-a, the state law that had long shielded police-misconduct records from public scrutiny.
  33. nypd
    The NYPD’s New Robot Dog Can’t Hurt Us. Yet.Everything you wanted to know about the latest police pet.
  34. insurrection
    Former NYPD Officer Charged With Assaulting an Officer at the Capitol RiotThomas Webster, who reportedly once guarded New York City Hall, has been accused of beating a D.C. officer with a flagpole at the insurrection.
  35. black lives matter
    New York Attorney General Sues NYPD for ‘Pattern of Abuse’ at BLM ProtestsThe state attorney general asserts that cops illegally used “excessive force and [made] false arrests” during last summer’s demonstrations.
  36. street vendors
    The NYPD Is Still Ticketing Street Vendors After AllThe mayor’s June promises have yet to be fulfilled.
  37. new york city
    New York’s Most Virulent Opponent of Police ReformDuring his nearly two decades as head of the NYPD’s sergeants union, Ed Mullins has fought virtually every attempt to curb brutality and corruption.
  38. lawsuits
    A Former Chief Has Accused the NYPD of Rampant Gender DiscriminationA new lawsuit alleges that the department systematically excludes women from top positions.
  39. bill de blasio
    Bill de Blasio Is Using New York’s Murder Rate to DemagogueThe mayor doesn’t know why murder rates have risen in the city. But he’s using them for political purposes anyway.
  40. feature
    Two Lawyers, a Summer of Unrest, and a Molotov CocktailWhat would make a young professional with everything to lose throw a gasoline-filled Bud Light bottle at a cop car?
  41. nypd
    Disturbing Footage Shows NYPD Shoving Woman Into Unmarked VanSeveral officers grabbed a teenager off the street in the middle of a protest, then sped away.
  42. protests
    This Is How the NYPD Treated Black Lives Matter ProtestersOver 60 videos show officers punching, tackling, and beating Black Lives Matter protesters, often seemingly at random.
  43. local news
    Mayor de Blasio Announces Task Force to Crack Down on Illegal FireworksA team of officers and fire department members will go after the suppliers, the mayor said.
  44. power
    Wait, What Happened With the NYPD and Shake Shack?A new report shows how police officials spread an untrue, unsubstantiated story about officers being served “poisoned milkshakes.”
  45. politics
    How Bill de Blasio Lost New YorkWeeks into the George Floyd protests, the mayor has alienated his constituents, the police, and even his own staff.
  46. lies
    Cops and the Culture WarThere’s an old purpose behind the milkshake lie.
  47. nypd
    NYPD Clears Shake Shack Workers After Cops Drink Bleach-Spiked MilkshakesSeems it was a careless mistake, not a an intentional poisoning, despite claims from police unions.
  48. police reform
    The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy of the Police Protest MovementPolice unions are making it clear they won’t be part of any meaningful reform — and undermining their own political and moral support in the process.
  49. protest
    NYPD Officer Charged After Shoving a Protester to the GroundVincent D’Andraia is the first NYPD officer to be charged over his interactions with a protester since the demonstrations began.
  50. street vendors
    NYPD Will No Longer Be Involved in Street Vendor Enforcement“Moving vendor enforcement away from NYPD is a welcomed decision, but we await further details of the replacement plan.”
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